hey, I'm jackie

 

As a gift for my college graduation, my parents filled up a scrapbook of photos and answered some prompted questions about us, so I thought I'd have them tell you a little bit about me instead.

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We share so many things in common...

 

Mom: Tall height, long feet, talk too much, love the beach, eat healthy, club exercise, high school track, shyness at a young age, strong willed, love our family, like clothing and jewlery.

Dad: Taking pictures, watching movies, fiercely defensive of our favorite things.

 

Our favorite thing to do together...

 

Mom: Eat, shop, beach, go to the Ocean City boardwalk, merry-go-round and zoo (when younger), eat Reece's, holiday dinners, talks, rides to Connecticut.

Dad: Spending time with Joanie. Ice cream!!!

 

You are unique because...

 

Mom: You are a twin and yet your very own person. You know exactly what to do and where you want to be.

Dad: You eat pickles as if they were candy! You defend your beliefs, but will accept those of others.

 

Why you were given the name you have...

 

Mom: I looked at a Jacqueline Susann book with a red binding and gold script; also named after a First Lady and actress; same initial as your twin, Jonathan.

Dad: None of the above!!! Jacqueline is a beautiful, traditional name worthy of a daughter like you.

 

Early on, you had a special talent for...

 

Mom: Art, as you started drawing at a very young age.

Dad: Running (away from Sport! Our neighbor's dog)

 

You've overcome these obstacles...

 

Mom: Having to wear a size 12 shoe at age 14, being taller than your friends, understanding Joanie, competing with your twin, shyness before high school, summer birthdays with friends on vacation.

Dad: Being an Apple in a PC family!

 

I loved teaching you how to...

 

Mom: Walk, talk, "tell jokes," swim, read, write, eat healthy, and become a good person.

Dad: Use "like + "you know" when appropriate and not every other word (still working on it).

 

What I learned from you...

 

Mom: How to use the computer, accessorize, and how to accept people in general. You are younger and "less judgemental" and we have a lot to learn from you.

Dad: There is a place in life for art as well as science (at least some art!!)

 
 
 
 

How are you? Let's connect.

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